THE JEWISH N
Transfer Nursing Program ing program at the Essex County
NEWARK (JTA) — The Be t h College, it has been announced by
Israel Hospital nursing school Alan Sagner, the hospital presi-
plans to end its diploma program dent, and Dr. Robert McCabe,
and become affiliated with a nurs- college president.
THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, February 16, 1968-37
The Best of Everything
By Danny Raskin
A CHINESE VISITOR, the guest recently in item about delly man
is a real treat
of Irving and Sally Korman last Hy Horenstein sending over 325
week at the Afterglow Lounge on sandwiches during inventory time.
• Visit Our New
W. McNichols, jestingly remarked,
IN THE FLIGHT kitchen of
"Funny people, you Americans. United Airlines in Chicago, they
Loung and Bar
You take a glass, put in sugar to estimate that passengers travel ap-
make it sweet and lemon to make proximately 25 miles while they
it sour. You put in gin to warm toy with their appetizers, 110 miles
Snacks . .
you up and ice to keep you cool. while they eat the main course, 40
You say, `Here's to you!' and then miles for the salad and 55 more
drink it yourself!" . . .
during dessert . . . In other words,
ERRATA . . . Saks Fifth Avenue a single dinner goes a long way
on Big Beaver and Coolidge is a — 250 miles.
Res. UN 2-7642
big beautiful new store, NOT a
DEVOTEES OF EARLY hour
SEVEN MILE AT WYOMING
warehouse as erroneously info'd dining can partake of French toast
made from homemade French
bread at 3 p.m. or nibble on a
chocolate fondue after late shows
around town . . . at the Place
d' Encore in Hotel Pontchartrain
. . . An outstanding late-hour menu
is offered at the popular spot open
until 4 a.m. every Friday and Sat-
REASON PARKING LOT next
to Chuck Joseph's Place For Steak
on Grand River is not open yet is
because "red tape" negotiations are
still being made with Bank of the
for Chuck's leasing
Dip Into All of the Golden
the lot ... Sure seems a waste for
it not to be used! . . . Chuck
You Can Eat
Joseph's Place For Steak is on
Grand River, just South of Outer
Drive . . The food is delicious
. . . prices reasonable . . . a piano
bar and very pleasantly beautiful
surroundings ... very fine service,
CLIFF BELL'S on Park is a
plushly decorated supper club that
has been a favorite of sophisti-
cated Detroit night people and visi-
tors for decades .. . The food is
high quality and liquor service
complete . . . American cuisine
dominates the menu, but many
dishes are house specialties.
SAM LEVENSON HAS an Aunt
Beckie who is convinced this is the
of all possible worlds . . .
The last time he came home from
a weekend at her house he decided
to shoot the works and sent her a
Welcome to Detroit's
• a••• ■ •••• ■
magnum of champagne and a
Dining and Entertainment Center
pound of caviar . . . A few eve-
nings later he phoned her . . .
"How are you, Aunt Beckie?" he
asked . . . "Dying, of course," she
moaned . .. "You never acknowl-
edged my gift," remarked Sam.
"Didn't you like it?" . . . "I'll tell
you," said Aunt Beckie thought-
fully. "The ginger ale wasn't so
bad. But that huckleberry jelly!
You must have left it standing next
to some fish in the ice box all
[ Dinner at DARBY'S
WILLIE GREENE JAZZ TRIO
Fri., Sot. and Sun.
31- 18290 LIVERNOIS
Your Hosts: Morrie Baker and Mary Simon
invites you to enjoy .. .
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Society's Favorite Oreltsdra art
Plays for your pleasure at
"The Top of the Pude'
Dante h sparkling Meyer Davis
Hale; njey superb feed sad drib
no Detroit's most broadtail's'
slew. Reservations urged.
Do the town the smart way
at the Pontchartrain
Your Noe. Clwa ado
RESERVATIONS, 'NOME 0154101
Classified Ads Get Quick Results
Battle of the Bands
Gets Going Monday
The 1968 Battle of the Bands at
the Jewish Center is under way.
On Monday from 6 to 10 p.m. the
first group of bands will hold audi-
tions for the finals in the Aaron
DeRoy Theater. Auditions are open
to the public at a nominal charge.
On March 14, the second group
of bands will be auditioning to de-
termine who will meet in the finals
1-5 p.m. March 24.
For further information, call the
Group Services Division, DI 1-4200.
Pianist, Mezzo Soprano
at Next Center Concert
Joann Freeman, pianist, and
Annette Chajes, mezzo soprano,
will be soloists with the Center
Symphony Orchestra under the
direction of Julius Chajes 8:15 p.m.
Feb. 27 at the Jewish Center.
SOMETHING NEW IS HAPPENING
THE 24K —There's a superb new Master Chef whose
continental gourmet dishes are a delightfully delicious achievement.
Featurring Detroit's Inimitable Harry Harris with the
Lenny Schick Trio 6 nights a week — Closed Sunday.
And there's more—come on over and see.
Businessmen's Luncheons—Banquet Facilities
Serving frofn 11 AM to 2 AM
16890 Telegraph (south of McNichols)
PHONE 538-4455 or 538-4456